Digital

Student Readers

* Cost: $25.00 per class for each reader

* Discounts: 10% off for order of 2 reader titles

20% off for order of 3 or more reader titles

Patriots of Liberty: The American Revolution in New York State, 1765-1776 (Vol. I)

                Patriots of Liberty in Volume I covers the causes of the American Revolution from the Stamp Act, the Sons of Liberty, the protests and to the first actions taken by the Patriots at Ticonderoga. Volume I also covers the Declaration of Independence and the first battles in New York State (Long Island & Valcour Island). This digital student reader is sent in two parts with each one containing questions based on the reading material. (Standards: 1,3 and 4; Themes: MOV, TCC, GEO, SOC and GOV)

Patriots of Liberty: The American Revolution in New York State, 1777-1783 (Vol. II)

                 Patriots of Liberty in Volume II covers Sybil Ludington's Ride, the British Plans of 1777, the Battles of Oriskany, Bennington and Saratoga. This digital student reader also covers the Burning of the Mohawk Valley, the Clinton-Sullivan Campaign of 1779, the Andre-Arnold Affair of 1780 and the New Windsor Cantonment near Newburgh during the Revolution's last years. Like Volume I, it is sent in two parts with questions based on the reading material. (Standards: 1,3 and 4; Themes: MOV, TCC, GEO, SOC and GOV)

Excelsior!: The Three Branches of Government in New York State  

               The student reader, Excelsior!, covers the ideas of separation of powers, checks & balances and the three branches of government in New York State. This digital reader covers the main powers of each branch of government on the state, county and local level, as well as the responsibilities of voting by New York State citizens.Questions are throughout the different sections of the reader. It is sent in one part. (Standards: 1,3,and 5; Themes: GOV, CIV and GEO) 

Towpaths & Lock Tenders: The Original Erie Canal in New York State, 1817-1825

The Towpaths & Lock Tenders student reader is on the original Erie Canal built across New York State from 1817-1825. The reader begins by looking at the obstacles the builders faced in the canal's construction.. It then looks at the ways they overcame them by building a stump-puller, locks and aqueducts in the different sections. The grand celebration of the Wedding of the Waters in 1825 is also included along with the different types of canal boats that used the Erie Canal.  (Standards: 1,3,and 4; Themes: MOV, TCC, ECO, GEO and TECH).

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